MMDA Official Seek Legal Action Against Col Bonifacio Bosita for Interfering Enforcers
The Metropolitan Manila Development (MMDA) official seeks legal action against retired Colonel Bonifacio Bosita for interfering traffic enforcers.
The MMDA Chief Edison Bong Nebrija took Facebook to lambast retired Col. Bonifacio Laqui Bosita for allegedly interfering with enforcers. Bosita, the founder of Riders ’Safety Advocates of the Philippines, is known for helping riders who are caught by enforcers.
But MMDA traffic operations chief did not like Bosita’s alleged interference in the enforcer’s work. According to Nebrija, Bosita has no right to interfere in the enforcers decision.
“Ilabas mo ang batas na nagtatalaga sayo ng kapangyarihan na pagbayarin ang enforcer namin ang isang araw na sweldo ng hinuli nila, baka usurpation of authority ka boy para iutos at ipilit sa enforcer namin yan.” Nebrija said.
In his statement, Nebrija accused Bosita of using his assistance to riders to enter politics. Nebrija also mentioned a case where the enforcer asked Bosita not to post him on the internet, but the retired police officer still posted on social media.
Nebrija, on the other hand, promised that they will take legal action when Bosita interferes with the EDSA arrests again. Bosita has not yet given a statement on Nebrija’s allegations against him.
Although Nebrija did not mention Bosita’s name, many netizens said that the retired policeman is being branded by the MMDA officer because he is already well-known on social media.
Bosita now has 279,000 followers on his Youtube page and some of his videos have also reached millions of views. Bosita, just like the veteran journalist Raffy Tulfo, helps motorcycle riders who encounter bad service and inaccurate apprehension of traffic enforcers.
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